Poplar (Populus) species are seen as candidates for removing heavy metal contamination from polluted soil. A bottom-up multidisciplinary approach was utilized to compare the performances of clones 58-861 and Poli (Populus nigra) and A4A, a Populus nigra x Populus deltoides hybrid to Cd toxicity. Qualitative and quantitative differences in their tolerance to Cd exposure and the uptake, accumulation and translocation of Cd were noted following the hydroponic exposure of rooted cuttings to 20 lM CdSO4 for either 48 h or 14 d. Cadmium was less toxic for the hybrid clone A4A as compared to Poli and 58-861. Cd uptake and root to shoot translocation were determined by AAS, and its compartmentation was analyzed using SEM/EDX. A comparative proteomic approach was utilized to identify changes in proteins expression according to dose and time of exposure. Toxicity to Cd mainly influenced proteins related to general defense, stress response and carbohydrate metabolism.

The response of Populus spp. to cadmium stress: chemical, morphological and proteomics study / Marmiroli, Marta.; Imperiale, D.; Maestri, E.; Marmiroli, Nelson.. - In: CHEMOSPHERE. - ISSN 0045-6535. - 93:7(2013), pp. 1333-1344. [10.1016/j.chemosphere.2013.07.065]

The response of Populus spp. to cadmium stress: chemical, morphological and proteomics study.

MARMIROLI Marta.
;
IMPERIALE D.;MAESTRI E.;MARMIROLI Nelson.
2013

Abstract

Poplar (Populus) species are seen as candidates for removing heavy metal contamination from polluted soil. A bottom-up multidisciplinary approach was utilized to compare the performances of clones 58-861 and Poli (Populus nigra) and A4A, a Populus nigra x Populus deltoides hybrid to Cd toxicity. Qualitative and quantitative differences in their tolerance to Cd exposure and the uptake, accumulation and translocation of Cd were noted following the hydroponic exposure of rooted cuttings to 20 lM CdSO4 for either 48 h or 14 d. Cadmium was less toxic for the hybrid clone A4A as compared to Poli and 58-861. Cd uptake and root to shoot translocation were determined by AAS, and its compartmentation was analyzed using SEM/EDX. A comparative proteomic approach was utilized to identify changes in proteins expression according to dose and time of exposure. Toxicity to Cd mainly influenced proteins related to general defense, stress response and carbohydrate metabolism.
The response of Populus spp. to cadmium stress: chemical, morphological and proteomics study / Marmiroli, Marta.; Imperiale, D.; Maestri, E.; Marmiroli, Nelson.. - In: CHEMOSPHERE. - ISSN 0045-6535. - 93:7(2013), pp. 1333-1344. [10.1016/j.chemosphere.2013.07.065]
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